Sea Vixen Foamy Kit 3 or 4 channel
Radio controlled Sea Vixen
Lightweight design, only 5.5oz foam weight. With a 52g motor, mine flies straight up with an 1800 3cell lipo. Can carry up to a heavy 8oz motor.
Fits up to an 8" prop, can fly fast or slow. Virtually no stall due to the high vertical stabilizer.
Looks awesome in the sky, way better than those Alley cat designs. Everyone that has flown these planes loves them because they fly very stable, are easy to fly and look great flying.
Wingspan is 30"
Length is 33"
Comes foam only with 2 booms, 2 sides, 4 canopy's, 1 top, 1 bottom, 1 elevator, 1 horizontal stabilizor, 2 wing halves, and 2 ailerons. Also included is a set of building instuctions, a list of things you need to complete and a diagram showing the center of gravity and servo placement. Everything you need to build the airframe. Pieces are marked. Just drop in your favorite power system.
Parts needed to complete
- up to 8oz motor (pref brushless)
- speed control
- 3 or 4 micro servos (hitec 55-ish)
- a micro reciever
- a .21 dia carbon fiber tube
- hot glue
- packaging tape
- 1/32 or little thinner music wire
- micro control horns
- Y servo connector
10.00$ each, with 10.00$shipping
e-mail me, you can pay through paypal or send a check or money order
U.S. orders only
Last edited by superscott; Nov 07, 2006 at 02:25 PM.
United States, CA, North Highlands
Joined Sep 2004
I could be wrong, but that's my take on the pictures anyway.
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